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A Canadian flag waves in front of a Blackberry logo at the Blackberry campus in Waterloo

BlackBerry sells off Canadian properties

BlackBerry is selling most of its real estate holdings in Canada as the struggling smartphone company continues to look for ways to improve its business.

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WhatsApp header

Is WhatsApp worth $19bn?

Why would Facebook want another messaging app, and one that is so publicly and vehemently against all forms of advertising?

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Blackberry smartphone icons

BlackBerry suffers network outage

BlackBerry suffered a network outage affecting some users in Canada and the Asia-Pacific region that was resolved hours later

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BlackBerry South Africa

Telkom Mobile carrier billing for BlackBerry

Carrier billing for the Blackberry World storefront is now available on Telkom Mobile

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Smartphones Samsung Galaxy S5, Nokia Lumia 1020, iPhone 5s, BlackBerry z30

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs iPhone 5s vs Nokia Lumia 1020 vs BlackBerry Z30

With Samsung announcing the next iteration of its Galaxy S smartphone, it’s time for another “superphone” spec sheet showdown

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BlackBerry logo on rear of Z10

BlackBerry announces BES12, revamped mobile device management tool

BlackBerry plans to launch a new tool for business and government customers to manage mobile devices on their networks

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BlackBerry Z3 press shot

Cheaper BlackBerry Z3 coming to South Africa

A report from Mobile World Congress suggests that the new BlackBerry Z3 aimed at the Indonesian market will also soon be coming to SA

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BlackBerry logo on rear of Z10

BlackBerry Q20 goes old-school, with touch

BlackBerry has announced a new QWERTY and touch smartphone that will see the return of the trackpad and hardware “menu” and “back” keys

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BBM heading to Windows Phone and Nokia X platforms

BlackBerry will make its BBM messaging tool available to Microsoft’s Windows Phone and the upcoming Nokia X platforms

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A man using his mobile phone walks past a Samsung Electronics shop in the company's main office building in central Seoul July 23, 2013. Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is under mounting pressure to produce eye-catching new smartphones after its mobile business shrank 3.5 percent in the second quarter, taking the gloss off a record $8.5 billion operating profit. Picture taken July 23.     REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)

Smartphone trade-ins from Samsung in South Africa

Samsung has announced Smart Trade, a service that lets you trade in almost any smartphone for credit towards a Galaxy device

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